A man who was attacked by two dogs in Staffordshire has died.
The ambulance service later confirmed that the man did not survive the brutal attack.
A spokesman said on Friday morning (15 September): “Upon arrival we found a man who had sustained multiple life-threatening injuries and was in a critical condition.
“Ambulance staff administered advanced life support and advanced trauma care to him at the scene.
“Treatment continued en route to Queen Elizabeth Hospital where he was conveyed by land ambulance for further treatment.
“Unfortunately, after arrival at hospital, despite the best efforts it became clear that nothing more could be done to save him (and) he was confirmed deceased.”
On Thursday (14 September) a 30-year-old man, from Lichfield, was arrested on suspicion of having dogs, which were dangerously out of control.
Staffordshire Police said a number of people attempted to get the dogs off the man, with one of the dogs being contained outside, while the other was in the owner’s flat.
Investigation are ongoing to determine more details.
LADbible has contacted Staffordshire Police for comment.
Ana Paun suffered shoulder and arm injuries in the attack by an American bully XL and Staffordshire bull terrier crossbreed puppy in Bordesley Green, Birmingham, on Saturday (9 September).
Two other men were also injured in the attack after the dog broke free from its collar twice.
A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: “A 60-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of possessing a dog dangerously out of control.
“He has been bailed with conditions while inquiries continue.”
The dog also remains in a secure kennel, BBC News reports.
Ana told the publication: “The dog was staring at me and I got scared, so I started to run. And then I never ran that far, I ran like five seconds.
“So the dog grabbed my hand and he started moving me about.
“Someone grabbed him off my hand, and after he let go of my arm he went on my shoulder and he bit my shoulder as well.
“I was feeling really panicked and I was scared, terrified, I had a lot of emotions.”
Ana’s mother Monica Paun, 34, said: “I heard shouting and I went round there straight away. Thankfully people helped her, it could have been so much worse if it wasn’t for them.”